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Video: Chloe Moretz Is One Scary Girl in Spooky Parody

November 1, 2011 (7:38 am) GMT
Getting into the Halloween spirit, the 'Let Me In' actress joins forces with Funny or Die and portrays Enid Krysiniski who happens to be the go-to girl for every scary movie.
Video: Chloe Moretz Is One Scary Girl in Spooky Parody

brings the creeps in a new Funny or Die video. Embracing the Halloween spirit, the actress famous for her portrayal of Hit Girl in "" puts on a black wig and pale blue Zombie eyes to play Enid Krysinski, a teenage girl who happens to be the 'scary girl' in every horror movie.

The spooky parody starts out with a montage of horror movies, including "" and "", and a voice-over by Enid's mother. "A lot of people think that horror films use all types of trick photography to create scary characters," she says. "But the truth is it's all in the casting. If you want a scary little girl in a movie, you go with Enid."

The camera then cuts to Enid in an audition room. "I've been in a lot of scary movies. They say I'm just a normal teenage girl - I like going to the mall and hanging out with my friends!" the teenager opens up before footage of her popping up in a school play of Peter Pan and lingering in the background of "" are played.

Chloe herself has taken to Twitter to help hype up the spooky parody. "Everyone go watch my video for @funnyordie!! :) I llooovee iittt," so she tweeted on Monday, October 31.



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